We need our wild places more than ever before

We are lucky to live in such a beautiful county; from the High Weald to the South Downs and miles of coastline. But it is clear that nature is in trouble.

Developments and pollution are destroying wildlife habitats, and climate change threatens to disrupt the natural systems on which nature and all of us depend.

Your views are crucial

Thousands of people in Sussex respond to our annual survey, allowing us to understand what matters most to you.

Last year, answers to one question showed that 97% of respondents were concerned about litter and plastic pollution. As a result, our Wild Coast Sussex project is now taking direct action to remove plastic from our local seas.


Tell us what you think

Take part in this year’s survey and help us to protect the wildlife in our beautiful county.

Complete our 2022 survey

Sussex Wildlife Trust is a registered charity – number 207005.  Registered office: Woods Mill, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9SD

Image credit: Blue Tit © Bob Coyle